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jorge meza

on 20 April 2010

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Transcript of greek

jojojhdjkfhxdu aesop life people thinkaesop lived in the kigdom in the 6th century stories saying aesop never existed

fables that were credited to him are still used to teach children everyone assumes that sesop is a teller of fables who teaches morals to our children this aesop is a modern inventionyhat reflects thousands of years the fables of aesop were probably part of an oral history-stories that were told aloud later the stories were translated into other languages an early english-language version of the stories was published in 1692 by rogerl'estrange about 2,000 years ago the ramon writer phaedrus wrote down some of the fables. the end of aesop's life
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